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Sector Commander FRSC paid an offical courtesy visit to the deputy governor in Anambra

The Sector Commander Corps Commander Adeoye A Irelewuyi Federal Road Safety Corps Anambra State Command today 26th April, 2022 paid an Official Courtesy visit to the Deputy Governor Anambra State Dr. Onyekachukwu Ibezim

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The Sector Commander officially Congratulated the Deputy Governor on his Election.

He reminded the Deputy Governor on the innuguration of the State Road Safety Advisory Council SARSAC so the Technical Working Group TWG will begin work. The organization is usually headed by Deputy Governor of each State.

He commended this administration on its intervention on palliative repairs on the roads, and also appeal that the Immigration junction and Amasea portions of roads be looked into to reduce reoccurrences of Road Traffic Crashes in that area.

The Deputy Governor in his address said he is pleased with this kind of visit because it avails the government the opportunity to know Challenges of organisations and also air theirs.

He appreciated the efforts of all FRSC personnel in Anambra for helping in road traffic management.

He promised to pay a visit to the Officer affected by unknown gunmen receiving treatment at the hospital tomorrow 27th April, 2022.

The Deputy Governor said traffic management is part of Anambra State government plans on 100 days in office for free flow of traffic.

He informed the Sector Commander that he has been involved in advocating for road safety as a medical doctor because of Road traffic crash victims he has attended to before his present position; and he was also a road safety club member.

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He assured the Sector Commander of his full support to FRSC Anambra State.

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